OPEN PLAN KITCHEN
Kitchens in the open-plan style of construction in the area are newer than those in traditional closed-plan designs. These kitchens don’t utilize all four walls, and they don’t have a separate doorway. They can be easily accessed through the space that’s missing a wall.
Kitchens in open-plan construction are ideal for smaller houses due to their smaller size. They’re also less stuffy than those in closed-plan setups, though they don’t do much to keep kitchen odors at bay. You’ll require ventilation to keep kitchen smells at bay.
Although they look great, open-plan kitchens don’t have much privacy. This could be a positive thing if you’re looking to interact with your relatives while you’re working in the kitchen.
However, open-plan kitchens are not ideal for larger families due to their lack of storage space. You can still make some modifications to improve the space by adding deeper cabinets.
Despite the differences between closed-plan and open-plan kitchens, both are great options. Before you choose a design, it’s important to analyze its pros and cons.
If you’re interested in learning more about the design of your next kitchen in the area, please contact us for a complimentary consultation.